If you have a Kindle Fire HD or HDX than it would be a good idea to read through my latest article: How to Turn Accessibility On and Off.
You may not think you need it, but if you're unaware of the "short cut" that AUTOMATICALLY turns accessibility on then you're going to want to know how to fix this little problem if/when it happens, especially since anyone who gets their hands on your tablet can cause it to activate.
ALSO, you probably don't know that one of the accessibility settings actually changes the basic swipe and touch gestures so they no longer work as usual, thus making it impossible to turn off if you missed the tutorial.
This has actually been a common Kindle Fire problem that several site visitors have asked me for help, so I finally put together this article to help explain all the different accessibility features of your tablet, how to use them, turn them on and, more importantly, how to turn them off!
My First Kindle Fire Video!
Not only did I spent days writing up this detailed article but I also spent an exorbitant amount of time creating my FIRST Kindle Fire video tip to actually SHOW you how to deal with this problem!
This video is super helpful because actually getting to your settings to try and turn accessibility off (once it's on) can be horribly frustrating- which I learned first hand- even when you know what you're supposed to do.
So take a few minutes to learn from my latest Kindle Fire goodies! FYI: The video is at the bottom of my article, so read through that first then watch my amazing video... please don't judge it too harshly, it's my first one! (I'm sure they'll get better with more practice.)
And yes, I still ♥ my Fire, even after the frustration of not being able to access my settings. :)